Sarah Lee of Hong Kong (front) beats Emma Hinze of German at the World Cup series in Glasgow in November last year. Photo: UCISarah Lee of Hong Kong (front) beats Emma Hinze of German at the World Cup series in Glasgow in November last year. Photo: UCI
Sarah Lee of Hong Kong (front) beats Emma Hinze of German at the World Cup series in Glasgow in November last year. Photo: UCI

Track Cycling World Championships: Sarah Lee on course to defend sprint title after reaching semi-finals in Berlin

  • Hong Kong’s ace sprinter is unbeaten since beginning 2020 Tokyo qualifying campaign 16 months ago
  • She will take on Emma Hinze of Germany in semi-finals after Hinze took the team sprint gold on opening day of world championships in Berlin

Topic |   Sarah Lee Wai-sze
Sarah Lee of Hong Kong (front) beats Emma Hinze of German at the World Cup series in Glasgow in November last year. Photo: UCISarah Lee of Hong Kong (front) beats Emma Hinze of German at the World Cup series in Glasgow in November last year. Photo: UCI
Sarah Lee of Hong Kong (front) beats Emma Hinze of German at the World Cup series in Glasgow in November last year. Photo: UCI
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